Yamaha Zuma 50 — Owner Reviews Motor Scooter Guide

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Yamaha Zuma



Milage: 1000 — Miles

Likes: It’s kickass, fast and lightweight

No 2 seater or cup holder

Review: Yes I purchased my scooter for dirt But it doesn’t get the super 120+mpg, it about 60. It has the one seater only. I the single seater most of the


Milage: +30,000 Miles

Simply the best!


Review: “ I bought my in 1995 when the counter, to just 9999 km had already three turns. The engine had fitted with a 62cc which had, moreover, bore oversize. The rear had been replaced by a ten-inches Austin tire. (The of the former owner owned a and bought this tire his son had used three standard mainly by making smoke, the first three weeks of use of his No question of taking a leaning with such a tire, but never had to worry about thereof.

Originally it was red, but it was in Ford 1994 turquoise. had one this color.

The speedometer was broken, so I was a few years without the speed at which I moved or mileage that I have I think the total mileage of my near 60,000 kilometres 37,000 miles!). I used it to go to then to go to work, on asphalt, on in snow and even on ice (I’m Quebec). It has never let me down.

I’ve just had to perform maintenance to keep it in good The engine begins to get tired, but I use it regularly so this winter I fit it with a new 70cc cylinder and in the hope to ride it several years.”

1999 YAMAHA CW 50

Milage: 5000 — Miles

Likes: FUN. transportation. Good on side and off road.

Dislikes: Not enough — Can not go fast enough for streets. FORGET HIGHWAYS.

“ I like it. It’s a lot fun to Great for little trips to


10,000 — 20,000

Likes: Great reliability, performance

Dislikes: At 13,000 I just went to a shop not happy with them

“ Should be first for a scooter.”

2005 YAMAHA 50

Milage: 1000 — Miles

Likes: Gas milage, not needing a tag or insurance

Dislikes: of power but it is only a 50

Review: I have had my Zuma for about 2 and I love it. It will do about 41 mph as as I’m not going up hill. I had many compliments on it and I ride it all I do get some dirty looks people with big SUV’s at the gas when I fill it up with $4. I plan to do a few mods soon but much.

It does everything I need it for and the color looks great. GO GO.”

2005 YAMAHA 49cc

Milage: 1000 5000 Miles

Likes: Reliable, Economical, Inexpensive, No or MC endorsement required in Florida.

Review: “ I two 2005 Yamaha Zuma scooters and would be hard to part with them. economy is around 70-80mpg mostly wide open Top speed down a steep is around 45mph.

Both are except the dual headlight mod effectively gives you twice the over stock. On 55 mph roads I move to the paved shoulder and let em and laugh when I catch em at the red just up the road (ha ha ha you burned up all high priced petro as you to the red light getting 10 mpg).

Off trails are no problem. If you can walk a trail, the Zuma can go there In-city commuting in 25-45mph zones is easy as pie and fun too.

You be hard pressed to find a scooter than this. I ridden over 6000 between the 2 scooters so I am somewhat to review this scooter.”

2008 YAMAHA BWS 50

Milage: — 5000 Miles

Economy, Top speed, Fun to ride,

Dislikes: Seat comfort

“ I have had my BWS (aka in the USA since it was new. The 2008 has a governor on the throttle, because of standards (thanks California). the governor removed, and an inexpensive flow air filter and stock it will do 65 km/hr on level — fairly good I am about 230lbs.

Fuel is OK for its size. It gets around riding at full throttle of the time. I would highly this fun little 2 … to anyone.

It’s still fun to 4 years later. And in the summer and it is my daily commuter to work.”


Milage: — 5000 Miles

Fast, fun, good scooter

Dislikes: Two … wears on you

Review: “ I got a heavily modified 2008 and I love it. It’s my first I can’t believe I went so without one. Whoever it did a great job. The motor is now with modified exhaust, weights etc, not sure brand parts are on it, but this screams. Acceleration is incredible, and it around 55mph.

Gas mileage nearly as good as my friends Metropolitan, but the zippiness of the Zuma is I think most 125cc would have a hard keeping up.

I wish the previous owner me a list of mods so I knew he did, but it’s the perfect Only issue I had was when I got it, it didn’t like to idle much. I leaned it out a tiny now it idles great, but it doesn’t to have quite as much

But its close enough, and I like to not to worry about it … at a

It definitely is much louder and your … which tiring when you are riding but I guess there’s always

Anyway, I love this and will keep it forever.”

Yamaha Zuma


5000 — 10,000

Likes: Everything!


Review: “G reat for an urban daily rider a maximum speed of 37-40mph. gas mileage of 123 mpg (but expect if you are twisting full throttle all of the Rock-solid reliability.

Dirt parts, such as Athena ($15.95), Shinko tires and EBC rear brake shoes Stable in all types of terrain, heavy rain.

I ride all round every day in East (If the morning temperatures get within 2-3 of the freezing point, then you bring it inside or just a small electric fan heater its right side for 10-15 and it’ll start up on first

Likes: Peppy (keeps up traffic), 132 MPG.

Dislikes: S low compared to the 2-… version

“ The Zuma 50 F is a good for Beginners. It goes roughly 42 mph and 6’0”, 190 lbs, so it gets pretty good. I would recommend.”

Dislikes: S peedometer

— I got 39.9 mph (Method GPS and averaging both directions of the stretch.)

— It did very with a passenger (Total weight 350 lbs.)

Milage: — 10,000 miles

Very reliable

Dislikes: No

Review: ”I love my It has been very good to me. I only had to get one thing fixed on it. The cable, due to my own mistake of breaking it. I I had bought a 150cc instead of my

The scooter is pretty good up Great on gas. 132 mph. But at the of three grand, I should went with a real Instant gratification for ya. But all in all, happy for now.”

2012 ZUMA 50F

Milage: 0 — miles

Likes: MPG, Fit Easy and fun to ride


Review: ”I recently my Zuma am very pleased its performance. I am 6’1 and 220 lbs. My fits me fine — my are not up against the handlebars, so restricted is not an issue.

Prior to my purchase, I spent (nee’ days) researching and Regardless of a scooter’s abilities and attributes, how it fits you, the to my way of thinking, is paramount. I have no about the performance of my Zuma. may bristle about how the Zuma is now a 4 machine, but accelerating quickly the old 2 …) isn’t a concern of I never have seen the of fast take-offs.

It’s a scooter, not a F-16 Fighter

The ride is always pleasant and bike is very nimble easy to handle. I haven’t any modifications to my bike and probably At the most, I may add another brake (i.e.

Knight Rider I highly recommend this

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